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We have a huge range of trees for sale, in all sizes. Acer, Apple, Larix Leptolepis etc. We also see mature trees.
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Acer Red Flamingo€49.99
Crataegus Pauls Scarlet€49.99
Eucalyptus g. France€49.99
Liquidamber s. Slender€49.99
Prunus s. Kanzan€55.00
Salix caprea Kilmarnock€49.99
Sorbus Joseph Rock€55.00
Below You'll Find Our Tree Guide
Growing and taking care of trees
You can now buy very exotic and interesting trees.
Water the tree soon after planting and every day for several weeks afterwards.
Pruning helps trees grow strong and look neat and attractive.
You can also buy mature trees in a variety of sizes and prices.
Don’t forget the essentials that every gardener needs
Algon ORGANIC Path & Patio Cleaner€15.00
Bamboo Canes Large€5.00
Bamboo Canes small€4.00
Bird Food Nyjer Seed€5.00
Bird Food Peanuts€5.00
Bird Food Wild Bird Seed€5.00
Blight Control Spray€19.95
Bug & Mildew Control€12.99
Bug Clear Ultra 480ml€15.00
Bug Clear Ultra Gun€10.00
Classic Garden Arch€50.00
Decorative Garden Arch€60.00
How to Dig a Hole for a Tree
First, prepare a hole two to three times as wide as the root ball of your tree, add a handful of organic chicken pelleted fertiliser. With potted trees, handle the root ball carefully to keep it intact while you place it in the hole. Once it’s in, turn it so the best side of the tree is facing the direction you want. With burlapped root balls, cut the twine and remove the burlap (or at least push it to the bottom of the hole).
Backfill around the root ball, lightly packing the soil as you go. Frequently check the trunk to ensure that it’s straight. Use leftover soil as a berm to create a watering well.
Install Tree Stakes
Drive the stake into the ground underneath and through the root ball. The stake should be tied loosely to the trunk; do not lash it too tight.
Large trees may need two or three stakes placed several feet from the trunk.
Watering a Newly Planted Tree
Water the tree soon after planting and every day for several weeks afterward. By that point, the roots will have begun to grow out into the surrounding soil, and you can begin to gradually reduce the frequency of watering. Fertilise the following year again, then provide a moderate dose of fertilizer. A 3-inch layer of mulch around the base of the tree will keep weeds out and reduce water loss.
Keep your new tree well-watered in the first growing season. In the following spring feed your new tree with an organic pelleted chicken manure. This will encourage plenty of new root growth and also get the leaves growing. With any trees that flower or fruit, a feed of potash is advisable.
Check your trees in autumn for cross branches and prune away any branches on top so no damage is caused. If a tree has grown too big for your garden autumn time is great time to prune back branches. At this time also cut out any broken, damaged or dead branches.
If your tree has any lichen on the branches, in winter or spring before the buds emerge, spray your tree with Winter Tree Wash to remove.
What You Can Do
Trees can add not only greenery but life to your garden.
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Keep your new tree well-watered in the first growing season. In the following spring feed your new tree with an organic pelleted chicken manure.